In Statu Nascendi Volume 3, No. 1 (2020)

Journal of Political Philosophy and International Relations

Edited by Piotr Pietrzak

ibidem Press

In Statu Nascendi Volume 3, No. 1 (2020)

Pub Date: April 2020

ISBN: 9783838214290

252 Pages

Format: Paperback

List Price: $50.00

Pub Date: April 2020

ISBN: 9783838274294

252 Pages

Format: E-book

List Price: $30.99

In Statu Nascendi Volume 3, No. 1 (2020)

Journal of Political Philosophy and International Relations

Edited by Piotr Pietrzak

ibidem Press

In Statu Nascendi is a peer-reviewed journal that aspires to be a world-class scholarly platform encompassing original academic research dedicated to the circle of Political Philosophy, Cultural Studies, Theory of International Relations, Foreign Policy, and the political Decision-making process. The journal investigates specific issues through a socio-cultural, philosophical, and anthropological approach to raise a new type of civic awareness about the complexity of contemporary crisis, instability, and warfare situations, where the “stage-of-becoming” plays a vital role.

Issue 2020:1 comprises, amongst others, the following interviews & articles:

Zoran Kojcic & Piotr Pietrzak: Interview with Dr. Zoran Kojcic on his unique form of philosophical counselling

Dimitris M. Moschos: Paul Tillich's Critical and Political Theology and his Critique of Modernity

Venra Russo: The Phenomenology of Women. On Female Discourse in Julia Kristeva's and Simone de Beauvoir's work

Venra Russo: Cross-language Relation. The Implications of Relativity in Translation and vice versa

Anastasia Pranindita & Anak Agung Banyu Perwita: The Republic of Korea – United States of America’s “Strategic Patience”: A counter measurement of the Alliance in Responding to Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’ Nuclear Development Program (2013 – 2017)

Eliza Campbell: Dueling with Disinformation: Disinformation and Information and Communication Technologies in the Middle East

Piotr Pietrzak: How would Realists Interpret People Republic of China's wish to “cultivate the image of a responsible great power”?

About the Author

Piotr Pietrzak is a Ph.D. Candidate at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridiski”. He holds a Master’s Degree in International Politics & International Relations from the University of Manchester and a Master’s Degree in Politics from the University of Warmia and Mazury (Poland). Pietrzak was awarded an Erasmus Scholarship in 2007. He specializes in the politics of the Middle East and the Islamic world, and focuses his attention on the theory of international relations; geopolitics, conflict resolution strategies, and international law; and primarily matters related to the First and Second World Wars, and superpower competition during the Cold War.